The Union has rebranded the concert group with a new logo that aims to use visual imagery to convey the ebbs and flows of sound.
This month we take a trip back to Trinidad to interview our first female designer from the region. Like many of her contemporaries, her work is multi-disciplinary, encompassing graphic design, art direction, curation and writing. Each of which she does with a style and flair that is borne out by the fact that she is involved in many of the most exciting projects coming out of the Caribbean. A sharp shooter by nature, as well as by name, it is my pleasure to introduce Melanie Archer.
Habitat has launched its 35th store within the Mini Habitat range, which aims to immerse its customers within the environment of the retail space.
Pentagram’s San Francisco-based architectural partner has recently completed a Mad Men tribute project. We talk to him about how he works with other partners, how UK design is perceived on the West Coast and the constant strive for perfectionism.
The London Taxi Company is planning to launch a new low-emissions taxi design ahead of environmental legislations being brought into the capital in 2018.
William Heath Robinson Trust will open a museum dedicated to the cartoonist in April 2016, which will showcase previously unseen work that has just been acquired by the trust.
Set up in 1911, organisation MacMillan Cancer Support gives medical, practical, emotional and financial support to people affected by cancer. This is no small task – as MacMillan says, nearly half of us will be diagnosed with cancer in our lifetimes. In 2013 MacMillan had an income of more than £189 million. It employs 1,500 […]
Ralph Applebaum Associates has designed an interpretive experience for Lincoln Castle that looks at the Magna Carta in the context of “accountability, justice and power”. The consultancy has also designed an interpretation of the castle’s 19th century prison.
Concepts by 42 Technology, PriestmanGoode and Andreas Vogler with the German Aerospace Center DLR have been selected in a Government-backed competition to develop future rolling stock designs.
The designs have been developed by the IKEA Foundation in consultation with refugee families in Iraq and Ethiopia.
Make Yourself Comfortable at Chatsworth showcases 75 new chairs created by designers and students incorporated into the interiors of the stately home, with the aim of showcasing talent that “pushes the boundaries”.
The film and television show graphic designer was taken by surprise when she was thrown into the limelight following her work on Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel in 2014. We chat to her about the often “invisible” role of graphic design on screen, and why all the hard graft is worth it in the end.